Devout Hindus vow to carry forth Tapan Ghosh’s Hindutva legacy !
Staunch Hindutva leader, Founder of ‘Hindu Samhati’ and Founder-president of ‘Sinh Vahini’, Mr. Tapan Ghosh (67) of Bengal left for heavenly abode on 12th July owing to the coronavirus pandemic. A great warrior Tapan Da was a solid support for Hindus in Bengal. While recollecting the memoirs and unique features of Tapan Da, devout Hindu leaders from all across the country vowed to carry forth his Hindutva legacy of protecting Dharma (DharmaRaksha) and uniting Hindus (Hindu Sangathan). They were speaking at the online meeting organised by Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti on 16th July to pay homage to Tapan Ghosh. On the occasion, a video displaying the work carried out by Ghosh was exhibited.
Mr. Pramod Muthalik, Founder of Shriram Sene from Karnataka said, “The work carried out by Tapan Ghosh to unite Hindus in the anti-Hindu environment in Bengal is outstandingly inspiring.” Mr. T Raja Singh, BJP MLA from Telangana said, “Despite the atmosphere in Bengal being adverse for Hindus, Tapan Ghosh kept the flag of Hindutva flying high. Now, it is our responsibility to carry forward the mission of Hindutva.”
National Guide of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti Sadguru (Dr.) Charudatta Pingale said, “Tapan Ghosh who dedicated his entire life for Hindutva was a source of inspiration for devout Hindus. He moulded several devout Hindus to work for Dharma with a sense of dedication.” National Spokesperson of Sanatan Sanstha Mr. Chetan Rajhans said, “Tapan Ghosh always used to say that struggle is the only ray of hope for Hindus. To convert the philosophy of Tapan Ghosh in action will be a real homage to him.”
Successor of the mission of Tapan Ghosh Mr. Prakash Das said, “When the exodus of Kashmiri Hindus could not be stopped by the Government, who will be the saviour of Hindus in Bengal which is thousands of km away from Delhi ? With this in mind, Tapan Ghosh established ‘Hindu Samhati’ in Bengal. He made the voice of Hindutva loud and clear. He inspired common Hindus along with providing protection to victimised Hindus. We will continue to strive to fulfil his dream of protection of Dharma.” The co-founder of ‘Roots in Kashmir’ Mr. Sushil Pandit said, “Tapan Ghosh was sincere, loyal to objective, sensitive, dedicated to the mission and Sage-like personality for Hindutva.”
The online meeting was also addressed by Swami Pradiptanand of Bharat Sevashram Sangh, Supreme Court lawyer H.H. (Adv.) Hari Shankar Jain, National Spokesperson of Vishwa Hindu Parishad Mr. Vinod Bansal, President Of ‘Panun Kashmir’ Dr. Ajay Chrongu, Founder of ‘Hindu Makkal Katchi’, Tamil Nadu Mr. Arjun Sampath, Editor-in-Chief of ‘Sudarshan News’ Mr. Suresh Chavhanke, Founder of “Tarun Hindu’, Jharkhand Dr. Neel Madhav Das, National Mahamantri of Bharat Raksha Manch, Odisha Mr. Anil Dhir, Founder of ‘Interfaith Strength’ Dr. Richard Benkin, etc.